A True Home Buyer Knows His/Her Home in 6 seconds

Reblogger LINDA SABO
Real Estate Agent with Re/Max Preferred Associates, Toledo, OH 353315

I love it when my buyer(s) walk into a home and know it is the right one.  The adrenalin starts pumping and the excitement grows for everyone.  What a great feeling!

Original content by Loreena and Michael Yeo #9001154

Profile of a true Frisco TX home buyer

Frisco TX home buyersEvery home buyer in the Frisco TX these days want a “good deal”. However, a “good deal” may be relative. What is good for you may not be good enough for me. And often times, “good deals” also occur in the higher-priced Frisco TX properties.

Anything $300,000 or under typically sell pretty quick (assuming it was correctly priced within range of subject property. Hence, the “need” to competitively price the property just to move it isn’t quite as necessary when compared to homes in the $600,000 and up range.

So, buying a “good deal” is a given. It’s part of a Frisco TX home buyer DNA.

6 seconds is all you need

A true Frisco TX home buyer who is looking for a good deal can spot a superb, once-a-lifetime deal from a mile away. By judging the neighborhood, it isn’t quite necessary to look at sold comparables when you know the deal presented in front of you. It shows up.

Once you open the front door, all the Frisco TX home buyer needs is 6 seconds to capture everything s/he needs of the house. S/He further walks in just to verify the house is just as sweet of a deal as s/he imagined.


Realistic pricing

Have you ever known buyers who just want to negotiate for the sake of negotiating? If the list price is a XYZ, the buyer – although acknowledging it’s a great deal may still want to go lower than XYZ list price.

But a true Frisco TX home buyer – who acknowledges the great deal, many times do not mind going over the list price – just to be sure s/he buys the house. It’s already a steal at the list price – for goodness’ sake.


Confidence in Huge earnest money, possibly large downpayment

A true Frisco TX home buyer will show his/her seriousness in the offer by presenting a large sum of earnest money (if possible). If you are a serious buyer, show it like it is to assure the sellers there’s no games to be played here. Have you seen some home buyers who want to play game simply because they think “this is a buyer’s market. The seller should pay me to buy his/her property”! WRONG. Loser always get disappointed – especially in multiple offers.


Other terms at Seller’s Discretion

No games to be played here. A true Frisco TX home buyer won’t nickle and dime the Seller for every single itsy-bitsy thing. A good deal is already a good deal.


So, do you have a profile of a true, serious Frisco TX home buyer?



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Content & Photography Copyright © 2012 by Loreena Yeo (3:16 team REALTY)
Original Post found at: A True Profile of a Frisco TX home buyer


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Edward Gilmartin
CRE - Boston, MA

I know the feeling. Unfortunately some of my buyers get that feeling too often and then  inform me later that they want to see more properties. 

Jan 28, 2012 02:54 AM #1
Bruce Hicks
Best Homes Hawaii - Honolulu, HI
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Linda, good reblog.  I can't count on my fingers and toes; where I've had buyers call me 4-5 days after they saw an open house that had been on the market for several months, said they want to put in an offer and for me to find out that the Listing Agent JUST RECEIVED 2 offers and acceped one.

Jan 28, 2012 03:23 AM #2
Loreena and Michael Yeo
3:16 team REALTY ~ Locally-owned Prosper TX Real Estate Co. - Prosper, TX
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Hi Linda, thank you so much for reblogging. It's quite an honor. I appreciate it.

Jan 30, 2012 01:34 PM #3
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